Accreditation of e-leaning materials

Accreditation of e-leaning materials

The CME organiser/provider must submit application online. During the application process the CME organiser/provider will have to:

  • register as CME provider
  • complete online application form,
  • upload mandatory documents:
    • A detailed (draft) programme;
    • List of members of a scientific committee;
    • Conflict of Interests (all members of the scientific committee);
    • Director’s Declaration (chair of the scientific committee);
    • Declaration on Disclosure

NB. All documents should be in English.

The EU-ACME office check the application and issue an Invoice. After the payment is fulfilled the application is forwarded to the EBU Accreditation Committee foe evaluation and accreditation.

The EU-ACME office confirms the Committee’s decision and issues the Accreditation certificate, if applicable.

The CME organiser/provider is expected to communicate clearly to participants that the event is accredited (web site, programme book, certificate of attendance) and how attendance is verified. Participants ought to be told how to proceed in order to register for credits.

The CME organiser/provider is obliged to:

  •  Periodically send the list of participants to the EU-ACME office;

The EU-ACME office adds the number of credits allocated to the meeting to the members' accounts participating in the EU-ACME programme.

Request Accreditation National CME / E-learning Activities

If a country has no CME system at all and no accreditation institution/committee, accreditation of national CME activities may be handled by the EU-ACME office through the EBU Accreditation Committee.

The application may be submitted ONLINE ONLY.

To access the online applicaiton CME provider has to register first.